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    By Dianne Anderson Kids having a tough time adapting to this strange new virtual world can soon see some old familiar faces, and feel closer to their second home at Akoma Unity Center in San Bernardino. Starting September 8, Akoma launches its virtual program with a curriculum that mirrors its typical after school program. Students ...
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    Umoja Tumaini is reaching out to all who need extra help with their classes at San Bernardino Valley College, such as English and Math, or they can just drop in for encouragement in these high-stress times. Frederick Jones, president of the Umoja Tumaini club on campus, said when they first launched their Virtual Study Corner ...
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    By Dr. Margaret Fortune I have founded seven schools over the past 12 years with one mission in mind — to eradicate the achievement gap that Black students suffer year after year.  Fortune School, a network of K-12, tuition-free, public charter schools is a regional initiative in Sacramento and San Bernardino to prepare kids for ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Stay at home and self-isolation orders have most parents perplexed about what to do academically with the kids. For the school district, the big focus is on getting kids and families safely through the Coronavirus crisis in the coming weeks and months. “Right now, the way I see it is that it’s ...